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various 3 reich items bought in poland

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    Quote by bigmacglenn1966 View Post
    That Eagle badge is definitely fake, and the High Voltage sign shown has been discussed before as non-WWII related...
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    Exactly my thought
    Indeed a fake

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    Quote by slados28 View Post
    Nice transitional party badge by Wilhelm Borgas though!
    I disagree. Not about the authenticity, it`s clear that it`s original, but it`s also clear that it was not produced by Borgas.

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    Maybe this will help determine the maker....
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    Quote by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    I disagree. Not about the authenticity, it`s clear that it`s original, but it`s also clear that it was not produced by Borgas.
    Well... stickler Would me correcting myself to made by sub-contractor for W Borgas suffice? Or is there something else behind this peculiar N23 marking (mirrored N) that I'm missing altogether?

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    According to this list Wilhelm Borgas produced N23 which is what I see on the above badge. Borgas also used the marking of M1/23 too it appears.

    The Makers list for the NSDAP party badge data base - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums

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    Quote by youthcollector1 View Post
    IMO this isn't a Wilhelm Borgas as his mark was M1/23
    It's a transitional badge, hence no M1 prefix

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    Quote by slados28 View Post
    It's a transitional badge, hence no M1 prefix
    Refresh your screen. I skimmed the list too quickly and didn't see the bottom portion. I don't collect these little badges at all and was just going by what I saw. Anyways, I agree with that it appears to be a N23 which is supposedly produced by Wilhelm Borgas, at least that what the list says.

    Response to below: Agreed, we seemed to of posted at the same time.

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    No way to refresh screen while typing/posting reply

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    I'm starting to change my opinion as if it were a "N" it would be backwards. It seems closer to a worn "M"....maybe , but considering my experience in these I'm officially retiring for the night. Good luck with identifying it guys.

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    I've got a similar electricity sign, except it reads ''achtung'' instead of the Polish words.
    According to the seller it was removed from a German WW2 bunker after the war...

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